Been on diversion since April. Have two things on my record about my chemical test being .15 or greater
Criminal Defense Attorney
I am not sure I understand your question, "what does a DUI look like on the record?" If you are on DUI diversion then you do not have a conviction and will not if you sucessfully comolete the diversion. Diversions do not appear on your driving record, only convictions. However the test failures appear there. You insurance company will be able to find those. You can go to the Kansas Department of Revenue web site and purchase a copy of your driving record.
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DUI / DWI Attorney
Typically a DUI incident will involve two different types of entries going onto your driving record: the end result of the criminal case and the up front revocation of your driver's license for failing the test. It sounds like you were able to avoid the first mark from hitting your driving record by getting the diversion, but that doesn't keep the license revocation from staying on your driving record. That's what you're seeing where it says ".15 or greater" on your driving record. The diversion can't make that go away. You would have had to file a separate legal challenge to the license revocation to have the chance of getting it removed from your record.